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Reflections on the 3 of Vessels
3 of Vessels

3 of Vessels

When you were a child, most of your friendships were circumstantial; you therefore made alliances with the people in your immediate environment, and with those who participated in activities you were involved with. In that regard, your options for a network were consequently limited.

As a young adult, as is typical, perhaps you were introduced to a wider cross section of people and you had a wider net.
But, are those people truly your “tribe”? Kindred spirits who share the same affinity?
The vast majority of people would probably say yes.

But what do you say?

Are you prepared to scrutinize the very individuals who you believe “define”you?

Thoughts welcome!
Agreements or disagreements welcome😊🦁 #unboxed #outsidethebox #comfortzones #discomfort #loyalty #trust #affiliation

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Introducing The Global Fusion Intuitive Deck

Archetypes of the Tarot are ideal forms that teach us how to master nature and the elements. They sometimes appear to us when we are restless and bored with our usual routine. They silently urge us to unlock our full potential, and teach us how to understand the external world and the world within. Understanding the dynamic messages of these Tarot cards will help us to empower ourselves so that we can attract the things we desire. The Global Fusion Intuitive Tarot Deck encourages you to trust your inner voice and inspires you to live your dreams. There is no time like the present! Embark on this journey today, to discover more about your real potential! Uncover the mystery in The Global Fusion Intuitive Tarot Deck from Rodney Illustration.

Learn Tarot (Global Fusion) Web Series

Hi, my name is Wayne Rodney from Rodney Illustrations. I am the creator and author of The Global Fusion Tarot Deck and Guidebook. I’m here today to introduce my new web series and to speak a little bit on the backstory of my cards which became available in June of 2018. I created the deck to be a source of encouragement, inspiration, and empowerment through the use of archetypes, which I depicted in the Global Fusion style.

For newcomers to card reading as well as advanced practitioners, it should be relatively easy and exciting to read. I would describe it as a vibrant deck, full of symbolism, some conventional and other being unique to this particular set of Tarot cards.

What distinguishes the Global Fusion Deck from many of the already established traditional decks, like the Marseilles or the Rider-Waite-Smith sets, is that the Global Deck, as its name implies is a little bit more culturally diverse, as opposed to being primarily Eurocentric. The symbolism in my deck draws from a wide range of global cultures which have influenced me in one way or another. Aspects or icons of these cultures have then been fused together to create this new archetypal universe.

The idea for integrating the element of Fusion into the Tarot project stemmed from a year-long series of public discourses that I gave when I presided over a fraternal group in Dallas Texas in 2013. The central theme of those discourses was “correspondence and comparisons,” which aimed at fostering a better understanding and appreciation of World culture & Tradition in the context of Spirituality. We attempted to do this by investigating the similarities and consistencies between various global outlooks and spiritual practices both foreign and familiar to us. By doing this exploratory work, not only did I develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the principles that I was already familiar with, but it also became the basis for the concept of the fusion that I would later use in the cards. Speaking about these topics in a public forum helped me to develop a more syncretic outlook, by seeing the unifying thread between various metaphysical currents, and in so doing, it fostered a spirit of understanding, love and greater respect for those on other spiritual paths.

Some of the comparisons we explored in those discourses were “Transcendental Alchemy and Taoist Qigong,” the relationship between “Ceremonial Magic and Mysticism” and also “The Tantric Path versus The Ascetic Path.” Now that some time has passed, I’d like to dive back into that subject matter, and explain just a little bit further how all of this shaped the development of the Global Fusion Intuitive Deck. So I’m happy to announce that I’ll be starting a web series, and I’d love if you could join in, watch, ask questions and participate in the discussion. If you’re on YouTube or Vimeo, please hit the subscribe button, and like, share and leave a comment. I thank you for your time and hope to see you all soon! Blessings.

Welcome to the Grind
"10 of Sticks" The Global Fusion Intuitive Deck

"10 of Sticks" The Global Fusion Intuitive Deck

Working on this ten-year project felt at times like an uphill struggle, balancing responsibilities related to work and life. The key is to keep moving forward towards your goal, even if it’s in small increments. Just doing something simple every day can make a world of difference in the grand scheme of things. At any point along the way it’s easy to give up, but the longer that you’ve been on the path, and the more time, sweat and life-energy that you’ve invested, the less sense it makes to throw in the towel. Although there’s much more to do, now that the #GFID project is released, I can say unequivocally and without reservation, “the struggle” that brought me to this point was entirely and utterly worth the effort. If you’re out there reading this getting ready to hit the grind, feeling overwhelmed and bogged down with work, or other personal missions, don’t give up! Just stay focused and keep your eye on the prize. I wish you all the best. You can give yourself the tools to assist you as you contemplate your next steps, learn the Tarot today. The Global Fusion Intuitive Tarot Deck is available now here: Buy the Tarot Cards